Econ 101: March 5, 2013

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  • A new Senate report will blame senior executives at JP Morgan Chase for the bank’s $6 billion “London Whale” losses. [New York Times]
  • Goldman Sachs is looking for ways around a new rule limiting risky trading. [Reuters]
  • The first furlough notices to government workers affected by the so-called “sequester” have gone out. [CNN Money]
  • House Republicans yesterday released legislation that would fund the government through the end of the fiscal year. [The Hill]
  • European leaders are opening the door to loosening budgetary restrictions in light of the continent’s weak economic growth. [Bloomberg]
  • London banks are not happy about the EU’s new restrictions on banker bonuses. [Financial Times]
  • Facebook’s headaches from its botched initial public offering are not over. [Reuters]
  • Young adults are holding their lowest amount of total debt in 15 years. [Wall Street Journal]